Monday, December 2, 2013

Tools for early researchers from Elsevier. worth a look

Elsevier has developed tools for early researchers.
  • Developing a successful career in research and publishing requires a broad skill set so we've created a new center on, Early Career Resources, especially with the early career researcher in mind. Available for your use is an extensive collection of information, videos, guides, recommended reading and more.
  • Understanding the ethical boundaries in scientific research and publishing is a key step in making sure an author's work gets off to the right start. Elsevier's ethics website contains a downloadable toolkit, videos and webcasts covering topics from plagiarism to research misconduct.
  • Free bite-sized online training webcasts from PublishingConnect have useful tips and tricks on a range of valuable topics, for example: 'How to get published', 'Getting your paper noticed', and "The Impact Factor and Other Bibliometric Indicators".
  • To keep up to date with further resources and author related services, subscribe to their Authors' Update. This free quarterly newsletter is jam-packed with relevant information and useful tools for scholars.

Posted by K. Jane

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